Book digitized by Google from the library of University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
I. The diary, with index -- II. Notices regarding Sir William Hedges, documentary memoirs of Job Charnock, and other biographical and miscellaneous illustrations of the time in India -- III. Documentary contributions to a biography of Thomas Pitt, governor of Fort St. George; with collections on the early history of the company's settlement in Bengal; and on early charts and topography of the Hugli River
October 1, 2015 Subject:
Problems of Information Colonial India in English
1.Here when I am down Loading Hedge's Diary vol II I find Strynsham Masters Photo first that person previously came twice in Bengal,He has also written Diary.It should be removed Haklyut Society printed all the Primary Sources through their the then reputed Civilians who served British to protect their own Interest.In Archives in Bengal limited documents between period 1650 to 1799.As we guess by reading the mode of writing History they wanted to hide their Past of the Black era.Till now the British giving us History like Old Wine in New Bottle. Our difficulties we have that we do not know Dutch Portuguese languages or Arbi Farsi to compare the period and match with British Historian.